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C.P. McDillSaluki Regicide - Mirage Emigrants [wh012] ()

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Mirage Emigrants is the third collection by Saluki Regicide, and the sixth release overall. Saluki Regicide continues to surprise and delight listeners with strange visionary abstractions in sound. Dark, at times nostalgic, these compositions manage somehow to be simultaneously warm and alien.

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This album has been described as "simple and often melodic, yet freaky beyond comprehension, like nothing I've heard before" and as "an enigmatic and nostalgic opus that suggests somehow that with the right combination of drugs, the logic of it all might emerge."

Thank you for listening to this Webbed Hand Records release. Please visit the WHR homepage to explore our complete catalog of experimental and ambient recordings. All of our music is free to download, but we'd be very grateful if you could make a small donation (via Paypal) to help with the costs of maintaining a netlabel.

Personnel:
C.P. McDill - sound wave manipulations


This audio is part of the collection: Webbed Hand
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels

Artist/Composer: C.P. McDill
Date: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Keywords: Ambient; Avantgarde; Experimental; Ambient/noise; Sound Art; Abstract; Dark Ambient; Soundscape; Dreamworking

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States


Individual Files

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01. Snow In The Library 7.9 MB
02. The Clasp And Medal 7.3 MB
03. Mirage Emigrants 5.6 MB
04. Fishermen And Dragons 5.8 MB
05. Bring Back 5.6 MB
06. Tipperary 7.1 MB
07. Mechanical Mind 6.6 MB
08. Where Cobwebs Come From 5.9 MB
09. Gem Of The Ocean 7.0 MB
10. I Hope You Understand 6.0 MB
11. Then Dawn Comes 6.2 MB
12. Rehearsal Of Ashes 2.8 MB
13. Ghosts Of Silent Spring 5.3 MB
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cover thumbnail 29.0 KB
jewel case back 250.6 KB
jewel case cover 199.7 KB
disk label image 448.5 KB
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Reviewer: Maximus P - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - October 26, 2007
Subject: my intro to webbed hand
the cover art grabbed me first-- but it is the music that draws me back over and over... my wife and i recently watched "the exorcism of emily rose" and the next day, while i was playing Mirage Emigrants, she reamrked that she found the music more frightening than the movie had been!
but the spookiness is subtle, it does not go for the throat, like something on Cold Meat Industry-- these sounds creep up on you very slowly, swirling around in an almost beautiful way... every song on this release is fascinating and deep... it is full of effects, but never sounds cluttered-- i'd call it near perfection of some genre of music that does not yet have a name...
great stuff! if you are a fan of the bizarre and don't mind the lengthening shadows-- i'd suggest you check this out (and all the other offerings that webbed hand have graced us with)

Reviewer: mystified - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - August 12, 2004
Subject: Nice!
Heady but not pretentious, psychedelic but not silly, this may just be Saluki Regicide's best work yet. Get it while you can!